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    The hon. Mr. Hamilton . This is one of those subjects, Mr. Chairman, on which objections very...
    Mr. Hamilton . The honorable gentleman from Ulster has given a turn to the introduction of those...
    The hon. Mr. Hamilton then rose. Mr. Chairman the honorable Member, who spoke yesterday, went...
    Mr. Hamilton then reassumed his argument. When, said he, I had the honor to address the committee...
    The Hon. Mr. Hamilton . Mr. Chairman I rise to take notice of the observations of the hon. member...
    Mr. Hamilton . I only rise to observe that the gentleman has misunderstood me. What I meant to...
    Mr. Hamilton . I recollect well the alteration which the gentleman alludes to; but, it by no...
    The honorable Mr. Hamilton . It is not my design, Mr. Chairman, to extend this debate by any new...
    Honorable Mr. Hamilton . I am persuaded, Mr. Chairman, that I in my turn, shall be indulged, in...
    The Hon. Mr. Hamilton . Mr. Chairman, in debates of this kind it is extremely easy, on either...